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Read below: What is the difference between STOTT PILATES and other Pilates techniques?

Our instructor Anna is trained STOTT PILATES instructor by STOTT PILATES Instructor  Trainer Ricardo Cuellar, at PILATES body harmony studio. Merrithew Health&Fitness Licensed Training Center.

STOTT PILATES® exercises help both men and women develop optimal strength, flexibility, endurance and posture, without building bulk or stressing joints. The perfect complement to cardiovascular exercise, athletic training or rehabilitation. STOTT PILATES exercises help you tone your body, feel revitalized, and move with ease.

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What is the STOTT PILATES® Method?

STOTT PILATES is a contemporary approach to the original exercise method pioneered by the late Joseph Pilates. Co-founders Moira and Lindsay G. Merrithew, along with a team of physical therapists, sports medicine and fitness professionals, have spent more than two decades refining the STOTT PILATES method of exercise and equipment. This resulted in the inclusion of modern principles of exercise science and spinal rehabilitation, making it one of the safest and most effective methods available.

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  • Why is Pilates the fastest-growing method of exercise?
  • Can anyone do Pilates?
  • What is the difference between STOTT PILATES and other Pilates techniques?
  • Why is Pilates the fastest-growing method of exercise?
  • What are STOTT PILATES’ benefits?
  • How does STOTT PILATES differ from weight training?
  • Everything you wanted to know about the STOTT PILATES® method
  • I have a bad back. Will I be able to do Pilates?
  • Should Pilates replace my regular workout?
  • Can Pilates help me lose weight? If so, how much?
  • Why do celebrities do Pilates?

 

Why is Pilates the fastest-growing method of exercise?

People are becoming increasingly more interested in fitness modalities that help relieve stress. They’re also much more interested in prevention and taking care of their bodies. They want to stay fit and look good for as long as possible. Pilates is complementary to many traditional ways of working out. It’s excellent for all ages, fitness levels and goals. Its mind-body aspect is even said to be useful in preventing stress-related illnesses like heart disease.

Can anyone do Pilates?

No form of exercise is appropriate for everyone, but STOTT PILATES exercise is appropriate for most people. As with any exercise method, you should always consult with a medical expert before beginning an exercise regime. A modified program may be recommended if you have any physical limitations. Everyone from serious fitness enthusiasts, to rehab patients, elite athletes, and prenatal clients will see a difference.

What is the difference between STOTT PILATES and other Pilates techniques?

STOTT PILATES incorporates modern exercise principles, including contemporary thinking about spinal rehabilitation and athletic performance enhancement. For example, some approaches may promote a flat back, whereas STOTT PILATES exercises are designed to restore the natural curves of the spine and rebalance the muscles around the joints, there is also more emphasis on scapular stabilization. As well, there are more preparatory exercises and modifications to cater to many different body types and abilities, making it applicable to everyday life.

What are STOTT PILATES’ benefits?

  • Builds core strength and stability
  • Improves posture and alignment
  • Increases flexibility, balance and coordination
  • Improves muscular balance and strength
  • Increases endurance and muscular tone
  • Prevents injury and heightens body awareness
  • Enhances athletic performance
  • Relieves stress and back pain

How does STOTT PILATES differ from weight training?

  • Pilates is three-dimensional (using all movement planes)
  • Spring resistance more closely resembles muscular contractionEmphasis on concentric and eccentric contraction for injury prevention
  • STOTT PILATES exercise is customizable for special needs

Everything you wanted to know about the STOTT PILATES® method

STOTT PILATES® exercise is ideal for everyone from young adults and aging baby boomers, to prenatal clients, rehab patients and elite athletes.

  • In Pilates exercise, emphasis is placed on rebalancing muscles around the joints
  • Pilates corrects over-training and muscle imbalances that lead to injury
  • Pilates emphasizes balancing strength with flexibility (for injury prevention and more efficient movement)
  • STOTT PILATES exercise leads to an improvement in posture and body awareness
  • Weight training and STOTT PILATES can be combined in a fitness program and are a great complement to each other.

I have a bad back. Will I be able to do Pilates?

You should always consult your physician before starting any fitness routine. Pilates workout is gentle and controlled with no sudden jarring actions. It is more important, however, that you work with a qualified instructor to ensure that you are doing the movements correctly. An experienced instructor will be able to modify the exercises to accommodate your limitations, continually challenge you within your ability, and monitor your improvements. If you commit yourself to a consistent workout schedule you will certainly feel results.

Should Pilates replace my regular workout?

STOTT PILATES exercise is a musculo-skeletal conditioning program. It’s ideal in combination with some kind of cardiovascular exercise. Walking, running, aerobics, aqua fitness etc., A great complement to your weight training program or athletic training.

Is STOTT PILATES like Yoga?

In some respects Pilates is like Yoga. Both are considered mind-body methods of movement. Both emphasize deep breathing and smooth, long movements that encourage the mind-body connection. The difference is that while Yoga requires moving from one static posture to the next, Pilates flows through a series of movements that are more dynamic, systematic and anatomically-based incorporating resistance equipment. The goal with STOTT PILATES exercise is to strengthen the postural muscles while achieving optimal functional fitness.

Can Pilates help me lose weight? If so, how much?

Pilates can be a positive addition to your overall weight-loss program. Weight loss occurs when the number of calories consumed is less than the number of calories expended. The most successful and healthy way to achieve weight loss is an exercise plan that
includes an aerobic component coupled with a strength training component, such as STOTT PILATES exercise, and following a balanced diet. Combining Pilates with aerobic exercise also offers additional benefits: greater mind-body connection, improved posture, flexibility and functionality.

Why do celebrities do Pilates?

Many celebrities choose Pilates because not only does it improve their physical appearance, it also helps with their stamina, stress relief, and focus. Pilates is invigorating and helps people feel distressed. Celebrities known to do Pilates include: Cheryl Tiegs, Sandra Bullock, Ellen DeGeneres, Rod Stewart, Sting, Martha Stewart, Rob Morrow, Victor Garber, Sofia Coppola, Veronica Tennant, Jennifer Aniston, and Tiger Woods.

Is it true athletes do Pilates?

Despite its slow, careful movements, Pilates is not for wimps! Pro athletes like NHL player Eddie Belfour, NBA star Kobe Bryant, and Tennis pro Martina Navratilova benefit from using STOTT PILATES equipment and instruction. The STOTT PILATES method places importance on core stability and rebalancing the muscles making them work more efficiently.

 

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